Gender approaches in climate compatible development: lessons from Kenya

by Elvin Nyukuri, Rebecca Clements, Lars Otto Naess et al.
Climate Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), May 2016

48 pp. 1.9 MB
http://cdkn.org/wp-
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This report examines gender and climate change in relation to efforts to support climate compatible development, a policy goal that aims to integrate and draw synergies between adaptation, mitigation and development. The report’s focus is a case study of Kisumu, Kenya, drawing lessons from the five-year project People’s Plans into Practice (PPP): Building Productive and Liveable Settlements with Slum Dwellers in Kisumu and Kitale. The study shows the complexities of gender relations and climate change in urban areas in Kisumu, highlighting the main lessons from the PPP project, and charting some of the key opportunities and challenges for integrating gender in interventions to support climate compatible development.

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